Fitted to all new Grand C4 Picasso people-movers sold before December 31, the the pack adds adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, collision avoidance alert, active seat belts, electrochrome rear view mirror, Xenon headlamps with smart beam, and an electric tailgate.
Safety features already standard with the bigger of the two Picasso models include six airbags, front/rear/side camera display, front and rear parking sensors, park assist, brake assist, electronic brake force distribution, ABS, ESC and traction control.
This latest update follows the recent addition of air-conditioning vents to the third row, along with reading lights.
As before, power in the Grand C4 Picasso is provided by a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo diesel engine, offering 110kW of power and 370Nm of torque.
A six-speed automatic is the only transmission on offer, and fuel consumption is rated at 4.5L/100km.
Citroen has sold 220 Grand C4 Picassos in Australia, year to date, marking a small improvement over the 208 sold during the same period in 2014.